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R Wrestling championships were held tor the first time
alter school October 30. The champions were Steve
Hawkins, 9, Ron Galbraith, 8, heavyweight, Mark Carlson,
9, Marco Gallarzo, 8, John Dominguez, 7, welterweight,
Walt Voorhis, 9, Gil Tobon, 8: Julius Smith, 7, middle-
weight, Pat McDonald, 9, John Prince, 8, Mike Lesseos, 7,
lightweight, Ricardo Sdgory, 9, Joe Cardea, 8, Tom
McDonald, 7, bantamweight, Mike Garza, 9, Rick Monsi-
bay, By John Marroauin, 7, flyvveight. 8Tr'agedy struck
October 24 when popular Lewis Guzman was killed. I Be-
sides tricks and treats, Halloween featured a costume
dance in the gym, ' A special party was given to the
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berships. K The Tall Tree-O, a group discovered on the
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assembly presented in appreciation by the PTA for selling
over TOO per cent in memberships in the PTA Membership
Drive. H Eighth and ninth graders who were victorious in
the afterschool volleyball program had the chance to
compete November 4 at Muir in an inter-school sports meet.
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Walt Voorhis was among the ninth grade Congress
presentatives who helced resolve school problems,
EHTNS Atomic World" was the theme for an assembly
held November 5 discussing many topics on atomic energy,
the energv crisis, and nuclear power plants and their
effect on the environment. E ln the ninth grade Blue-Gold
Football Game, Gold, led by Walt Voorhis and Anthony
Servillo, was stunned by Blue's victory in a closing I3-6.
Blue captains were Pat Davis and Pat McDonald.
Mothers and their daughters engaged in different activities
including a lock-alike contest at the Mother-Daughter
Banquet November l4. For the first time Knights were on
hand to serve as waiters. Some of the winning participants
were the Baileys, the Nelsons, the Gcodins, the Frankians,
and the Cormansm Eighth grade Gold won over the Blue
in football with a 25-12 win November l5. Most valuable
players were John Prince an offense and Gil Tob-on on
defense They also served as Gold captains while Bob
Atkisson and Ron Galbraith led the Blue, RN the Red
and White Assembly November 15 the pep squad from
Burroughs tried to arouse interest in the Burbank-'Burroughs
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